News: Hip-Hop Video Vixen Goes After Flo Rida Where The Sun Doesn't Shine
Tuesday, Nov 26, 2013 3:15PM
Music video vixen Natasha Georgette Williams is hoping for a big pay day by trying to snatch ample child support from hip-hop artist Flo Rida.
According to reports, Williams claims she is pregnant with Flo's child.
A woman claiming to have been impregnated by Flo Rida is suing for child support -- but not just any child support ... she knows she hit the jackpot, and now she wants "good fortune" support -- which means she banged a rich person. Glamor model and video vixen Natasha Georgette Williams -- who says she hasn't given birth yet -- filed the legal docs in Miami, asking for a bunch of Flo's money for things like pre-natal assistance and other birth-related expenses. She also wants a child support order to cover medical insurance, daycare, private school expenses, summer camp, etc. (TMZ)
Outside of basic needs for the unborn baby, Williams reportedly wants even more money due to Flo's fame.
But the hilarious part -- she also asks for "good fortune" child support ... which is a special kind of child support in Florida for rich people's kids. Basically, she's asking for more child support than she actually needs ... just because Flo's rich. You can't make this up. We called Flo's people for comment. So far, no word back ... but it's worth noting paternity of the child still hasn't officially been established. In other news, Natasha's really hot. (TMZ)
Flo recently saved $400,000 after a plaintiff decided to file a lawsuit via mega social network Facebook.
Flo Rida has dodged paying roughly US$400,000 in damages to the organizers of an Australian music festival he failed to show up to. The artist, whose real name is Tramar Dillard, was a no-show at the Fat As Butter fest in 2011, for which he'd apparently been paid his performance fee up-front. Promoters of the show, Mothership Music, sued Dillard and his management, VIP Entertainment and Concepts, in the NSW District Court for breach of contract and damages totalling Australian $417,345 ($377,000). With their options to serve papers limited, at best, the organizers' legal team took the unusual step of filing a summons via Facebook -- on the order of Judge Judith Gibson. (Billboard)
The plaintiff's determination to serve Flo via Facebook was deemed an unsuitable approach.
After an initial ruling in the festival's favor, the artist challenged the decision in the NSW Court of Appeal. And on Tuesday, the appeal was upheld. The judges declared that Facebook wasn't an appropriate channel to serve, because there was no evidence that the artist was indeed connected to the social networking page. "The evidence did not establish, other than by mere assertion, that the Facebook page was in fact that of Flo Rida and did not prove that a posting on it was likely to come to his attention in a timely fashion," Justice Robert McFarlan said in his reasons for judgment. (Billboard)
Last year, a legal court ruled against Flo and ordered him to cough up the big bucks to concert organizers.
A MUSIC festival no-show will prove costly for US rapper Flo Rida, who has been ordered to pay organisers more than $400,000 after he slept in and failed to perform. The NSW District Court found in favour of the organisers of the Fat as Butter music festival, who were left more than $50,000 out of pocket when the US rapper didn't show up for an arranged 60-minute performance slot. (Herald Sun)